Jacqueline Sheehan is a New York Times Bestselling author. She is also a psychologist. A New Englander through and through, she spent twenty years living in Oregon, California, and New Mexico doing a variety of things, including house painting, photography, freelance journalism, clerking in a health food store, and directing a traveling troupe of high school puppeteers.
Her novels include: Comet’s Tale, a novel about Sojourner Truth; Lost & Found; Now & Then; Picture This; The Center of the World, and The Tiger in the House. She writes NPR commentaries, travel articles, and essays including the New York Times column, Modern Love. She edited the anthology, Women Writing in Prison. Jacqueline has been awarded residencies at Hawthornden Castle, Jentel Arts Colony, and Turkey Land Cove. She teaches workshops at Grub Street in Boston and in Scotland and Guatemala.